Robbie Lieberman

Chair, Interdisciplinary Studies Department
Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies

Contact Information

Office: Social Sciences (SO 22), Room 2016
Email: rlieberm@kennesaw.edu
Phone: 470-578-2431
Fax: 470-578-9141


Profile

Dr. Robbie Lieberman received her BA from U.C.-Berkeley and her PhD in American Culture from the University of Michigan. She came to Kennesaw State in 2013 as Chair of the Interdisciplinary Studies Department. Her publications include “My Song Is My Weapon:” People’s Songs, American Communism and the Politics of Culture 1930-1950 (University of Illinois Press, 1989, 1995), which won the Deems-Taylor Award from ASCAP; The Strangest Dream: Communism, Anticommunism and the U.S. Peace Movement 1945-1963 (Syracuse University Press, 2000); and Prairie Power: Voices of 1960s Midwestern Student Protest (University of Missouri Press, 2004). Her most recent book, co-edited with Clarence Lang, is Anticommunism and the African American Freedom Movement (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, 2011). She served as editor of Peace & Change: A Journal of Peace Research, from 2006-2011. Dr. Lieberman’s teaching interests and areas of expertise include social movements, peace studies, the 1960s, and protest music. 

Education

M.A., University of Michigan
B.A., University of California, Berkeley
Ph.D., University of Michigan

Program Members

Brown-Spiers, Miriam
Dickey, Jennifer
Dudenhoeffer, Larrie
Eanes, Edward
Giddens, Elizabeth
Hedeen, Tim
Hill, Rebecca
Jaramillo, Nathalia
Keltner, Stacy
Kim, Na-Rae
King, David
LeBaron, Alan
Lewis, Catherine
Lieberman, Robbie
McClintock, Diana
McGrew, Mandy
Miller, Cherie
Morgan, Nina
Niemann, Linda
Nystrom, Elsa
Paracka, Daniel
Patton, Randy
Piecuch, Jim
Pynn, Tom
Reeve, Kay
Richards, Anne
Silva, Ernesto
Stewart, Linda
Thomas, Griselda
Thomas, Joe
Way, Albert
Wright, Trey